Our Hoss Chandler Strawberry variety is recommended for southern planting. This variety produces a large, delicious fruit that is often described as having an intense strawberry flavor. Chandler has become a very popular variety because of its sweetness, unlike other varieties that have traded taste for greater disease resistance or increased yields.
Chandler strawberries are a vigorous, high-yielding, June-bearing fruit. The fruit can vary from being long and wedge-shaped to large and conical; they have brilliant red color, are glossy, and have an exceptional flavor profile. Easy to grow for the beginner. This variety is excellent for freezing. Planting in late October-early November, you will be harvesting fruit the following spring! In warmer climates, this variety can often begin harvest time in March with a harvest that can last up to 3-4 weeks. A great variety for the family to enjoy! When the plants are healthy, the mature plants will grow on average 8 inches tall and spread 1 foot across with a shallow root system.
The Chandler strawberry variety is susceptible to leaf spot, leaf scorch, and red stele but is tolerant of gray mold. Chandlers are typically ready for harvest 4-6 weeks after blossoming.
* NOTE * We will begin shipping orders for strawberry plugs in mid-October.
*Only available to Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas residents. *
*Because of the timing of shipping & specialized boxing requirements – we do not allow other Hoss Tools merchandise (including seeds) to be included when ordering strawberry plugs*
Chandler Strawberry Planting Information:
Planting Method: transplant
When to Plant: early spring and fall
Plant Spacing: 8″ – 12″
Disease Resistance: Tolerant of gray mold
Sun Requirements: Full
Larry McConkey –
wow, Hoss knows how to make the customer impressed and happy, I was expecting bare root plants, but these were fantastic plants still in the 60+ cell planter! Well packaged and arrived in perfect condition. I have 100% live Chandler plants and doing well after a couple weeks in the ground. If I could give more than 5*, I would!!!!!!!